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ADOHTA Membership Fees

 
ADOHTA Membership Fees are annual from 1 July to 30 June
 

Full Membership – $330 (Inc. GST)

Currently registered as a Dental or Oral Health Therapist and/or Hygienist
 

Associate Membership – $275 (Inc. GST)

Not currently registered as a Dental Therapist or Oral Health Therapist and/or Hygienist but wish to retain associate membership; or are engaged in the industry of dental and oral health but not working as a Dental or Oral Health Therapist or Hygienist.

Graduate Membership - $165 (Inc. GST)

For students who graduated in the last 6 months, this is an introductory membership offer valid for one year only.

Student Membership – Free

Free for the duration of their undergraduate degree [Bachelor of Oral Health or equivalent] and including up to 6 months following graduation up until the renewal period following their graduation. Students are required to enter their Student ID number and the Name of the University they are studying at for verification of eligibility.

Pro Rata Membership – after 1 October calculated at;

$33 (Inc. gst) per month for remaining months of financial year
Pro Rata Membership is only available to 1) new members for the first year of membership only or 2) those with lapsed membership of more than 2 years for the first year of re-joining only. Currently registered as a Dental or Oral Health Therapist and/or Hygienist.
 

Life Membership – Free

Only available to members nominated by their State or Territory Branch for outstanding contribution to the profession and/or the association.
Free for the life of the member or until member resigns from the association.
 

Honorary Membership – Free

Only available to members nominated by their State or Territory Branch and supported by ADOHTA Council for special contribution to the profession and/or the association.
Free for the duration determined by the ADOHTA Council or until member resigns from the association.




Your Oral Health

Your Oral Health can affect both physical and emotional well-being as it impacts on diet and nutrition, speech, appearance and personal relationships. There are strong links between diseases of the mouth and other illnesses.  Dental decay and gum disease are largely preventable through good oral hygiene and dietary habits. 
 

How does decay occur?
How can you manage your own oral health?
What kinds of foods are teeth friendly?

A selection of oral health care and dietary advice are available from the links below. 


Oral Health for Infants and Toddlers

Oral Health for Children 3-12

Oral Health for Teens and 20's

What is Good Oral Hygiene

Caries Free Teeth for a Healthy Smile

Eligibility Public Dental Children
   
  Kids Dental Care Promoting Good At-School Habits

Brushing and Flossing Around Braces

Oral Health for Sensitive Teeth

What to Know about Dry Mouth

What is Molar Hypomin?


 
 

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